Sometimes we wish that we could relive these precious memories of Hollywood’s legends as we cannot help but still get smitten with their meaningful contributions to the entertainment industry. Who doesn’t want to hear the music of one of the greatest musicians of all time, David Bowie? What about seeing Marilyn Monroe’s lovely face up close and personal? Sadly, these icons are no longer alive, but still, their legacy lives on. Ready to take a trip down memory lane and reunite with your favorite stars from pop culture history? Read on and enjoy the ride.
Freddie Mercury Rocking A Silver Jumpsuit
Farrokh “Freddie” Mercury, the lead vocalist of the band, Queen, sure knew how to put some extra glitz into his already stellar performance. Donning a silver jumpsuit while rocking the stage in 1977, this photo shows just how far beyond amazing this legend really was. The rock icon is best known for his hits such as “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Somebody to Love,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” and “We Are the Champions.”
The British artist also worked as a producer and offered his talent as a guest musician for other singers. Mercury died in 1991 due to bronchopneumonia (a complication of AIDS). A tribute concert was held in London to honor the legendary rocker. He was also inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame and in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Steven Seagal Looking A Tad Like Michael Bolton
Here’s a throwback photo of martial arts extraordinaire, Steven Seagal, that will make you think he can pass as Michael Bolton’s long lost twin. Seagal made his acting debut in 1988, in the action movie, Above the Law, and had starred in four hit films by the time 1991 rolled around.
The actor, martial artist and producer is also a guitarist and collaborated with Stevie Wonder and Tony Rebel on his debut album. Seagal is an active environmentalist, animal activist and has been involved in businesses selling energy drinks and therapeutic oils. He has seven children from his four relationships and also serves as a guardian to the only child of Tibet’s 10th Panchen Lama.